In our village, we don’t have a hospital or medical centre. When someone is not well, it is very difficult to get proper care,” explains Gopiya from Indpur, Himachal Pradesh.
In village life in India, collecting water can be a tremendous chore—a chore which is, for the most part, placed upon the shoulders of women and girls.
Education is one of Amrita SeRVe’s main focus areas, as children are our future. Amrita CREATE— Amrita Centre for Research in Advanced Technologies—runs Amrita Education Centres in all of our villages.
What do technology and toilets have in common? AMMACHI Labs has found a way to use technology to address some of India’s biggest challenges: water safety, sanitation and hygiene.
More than two years have passed since the Amrita SeRVe (Self Reliant Village) project was launched during Amma’s 60th birthday celebrations in September 2013, ushering in sustainable development in village clusters all over the country.